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Topic: fractals
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Scott Smith

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fractals
Posted: May 4, 1995 5:56 AM
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There is at least home page on the web dedicated to fractals: www.fractals.com

In a simple way, fractals are patterns that self-repeat but it would be more
fun to visit the page than to hear it from me.

There is a book called Fractals for the Classroom by Peitgen, Jurgens, and
Saupe and published by Springer-Verlag. It is a great book and has some
supplemental booklets but I think it is above the middle school level.

Scott Smith
Academic Dean
The Lovett School
Atlanta, GA




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5/4/95
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5/4/95
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